United Islamic Ummah: Challenges and Strategies
On the second day of the Islamic Unity Conference, intellects and authorities of different countries were invited. It was suggested that the evils are in plan to segregate Muslims.
Sayed Ali Fadhall Allah, head of former great leader Sayed Fadhal Allah from Lebanon, suggested that some people are eager to make us feel that unifying the nation is impossible and a useless issue, but this kind of thinking is wrong, thus we have to work harder to get the unity.
He added Islamic news agent compared to the worlds news media are very limited, therefore we have to have short and long term plans. In order to be able to neutralise the injustice, we have to work harder on our news media, and have a theme for our unity.
It was discussed that in Tajikstan, there was only seventeen mosques in Soviet time, however, there is 4000 mosques for both Sunnies and Shias. This proves the unity of such country.
Dr Z Mosrawi, president advisor of Indonesia, stated that 90% of their populations are Muslim, majority being Sunnies, whitest he thought Sunnies are Shias.
Also, Romania scholar wished all the Muslims a great unity.
Furthermore, Palastine was discussed, that Muslims should act like one functional body. Therefore, Palestine's problems should be everyone else's problem. To be within the justice pathway is way to be united.
All the lecturers thanked the International Islamic Unity Conference and the republic of Iran.